So I just had my second fitting for my first jacket/sport coat a few hours ago. The arm holes seem to be bigger than I wanted, that is, when I raise my arms horizontally, the rest of the coat follows. I already requested during my first fitting that the bottom of the arm scye be raised, and the tailor said he can do so by pinching/reducing some cloth from the shoulder. That seem to have helped a bit, but unfortunately didn't resolve the issue completely. The tailor said he can raise it a bit more, but I fear it still won't resolve the issue completely. Given that the fabric has already been cut with armholes larger than necessary, should I chalk this up to learning experience and move on or should I demand perfection from the company? I'm inclined to do the former and just strive for better iterations on my next orders; but the fact that I have a 60 USD wrangler denim jacket with armholes that fit better does bother me. Don't get me wrong, the rest of the jacket looks superb. The length of the jacket and sleeves, the suppression, the button stance, etc. they all look fine to me. The only issue I have is the jacket follows whenever I raise my arms. I paid around 1000 USD for this (fabric + labor). Yes I'm aware that's not really saville row money territory, but I'm in the Philippines, so that money still goes a long way (especially for solely the jacket). br> I know that learning and building a relationship with the tailor is part of the sartorial journey, but am I shortchanging myself if I let this slip by? What do you think, should I expect outright perfection on my FIRST coat or is it normal for the first few bespoke coats to not be 100% perfect?